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Flies Be Gone
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Flies Be Gone

18 Billion flies can't be wrong!™

Flies Be Gone Fly Trap Features:

  • Disposable
  • "Turret" top/lid
  • Bio-degradable
  • No maintenance
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Catches up to 20,000 flies
  • Bait activates within 2 to 6 days
  • No toxins, poisons or insecticides
  • Effective up to 4-6 weeks with range of 50 to 100 yards

Flies Be Gone Fly Trap

Hang this handy fly trap in the sun about 30 feet away from the outdoor area where people gather - it protects an area about half the size of a football field. Once inside, flies can't escape. Effective up to 6 weeks. Just add water to the biodegradable bait. Unlike similar products, avoids or allows you to avoid the use of harmful chemicals or toxic materials.

Flies Be Gone Fly Trap

Flies come in... they can't get out! Effective for up to 4 weeks with a range of 50 to 100 yards. That's powerful. Strongly effective in decreasing the fly problem of an area, even pesticide resistant flies. NO toxins, NO poisons, NO insecticides. Flies Be Gone catches up to 20,000 flies in each trap and up to ten times faster than other traps.

Flies Be Gone

A maintenance free and completely disposable. Nothing to clean up. Highly effective even on fruit flies. Used extensively in the pest control industry. A farmer's true friend for use in the poultry industry, on dairy farms, stables, livestock ranches, feed lots, kennels, waste products. Also restaurant dumpsters or anywhere that flies are a problem. Available also for home use. If it is effective on a farm, you can be sure it will work for your home.

The Most Famous Fly Trap Photo in the World

When the U.S. military has a fly problem they buy Flies Be Gone. If it is good for them, then it is good for anyone. Protects all outdoor areas - Backyards, dumpsters, restaurants, kennels, corrals, patios, gardens, lawns.

Fly Trap

NOTICE: Keep out of reach of children, pet and livestock. Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance that comes with Flies Be Gone directions.

Flies B Gone

Flies Be Gone has been selected for use with USA Forces in Iraq - because it is effective, non toxic, economical and disposable under even very difficult conditions. Ultra Biomass bait developed by leading university researchers.  User friendly, environmentally friendly, ozone friendly. Costs only a fraction of insecticides and works far more effectively. Used in 27 countries worldwide. Patented worldwide. Made in South Africa.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Flies Be Gone designed for indoor or outdoor use?
A: Flies Be Gone is intended for outdoor use only. The Ultra Biomass bait is composed of sterilized food materials. Pour the bait into the trap and add water. When they warm  in the sun, food scents drift out of the trap and into a wide area of the atmosphere. This attracts the flies. The warmer the weather, the quicker this happens. Flies Be Gone should be placed outdoors in direct sunlight. Not indoors and not under a roof.

Q: Does the Ultra Biomass Bait begin to attract flies immediately?
A: The bait must warm in the sun and the scents be carried into the atmosphere, as mentioned above. In warm weather, this begins to happen in about 2 days. In cooler climates, it can take a few more days to reach full tempo. The process can be speeded up by activating the bait with water and keeping the solution warm in a jar indoors before transferring it outdoors. In both warm and cool climates, the activation can be speeded up by adding in a pinch of your local damp soil.

Q: Is Flies Be Gone Toxic, Poisonous, or an Insecticide?
A: NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. Hope we have made this point clear.

Q: Over how large an area is the trap effective?
A: About 50 to 100 yards (meters) radius.

Q: What do we do with it when it is time to replace the trap?
A: You can safely just throw it away. Or if you are a bit adventuresome, the contents can be emptied into a garden area since the decomposing flies make an EXCELLENT natural fertilizer.

Q: Is there an odor?
A: There might be as the flies begin to decompose. Best solution is to change the trap a bit more frequently.

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Flies Be Gone Fly Trap
Anonymous (Unknown) 6/11/2009 3:01 AM
This thing catches THOUSANDS of flies in just a few days....and i live in a suburban neighborhood...where do they all come from???...all i can say others have said...i wouldn't put it too close to the house as it fills up fast and starts to smell...but it truly does catch any and all flies in the area !!
Anonymous (Unknown) 6/1/2009 7:36 PM
Almost five years ago I moved into my new home, which happens to sit in a horse zoned area, in fact I happen to be right across the street from a horse ranch that trains cut horses, so they not only board several horses at any given time but they usually have some twenty to twenty-five cattle as well. The week we moved into our new home we had so many flies in the house that I went to various windows throughout the house, where they seemed to congregate and vacuumed them into my built in vacuum cleaner. This worked pretty good but obviously I couldn't walk around all the time with a vacuum cleaner. I needed something effective but passive. The answer was the Flies away Be Gone Control Trap. I didn't think this trap would work all that much, but I gave it a try because it was the only outdoor trap I could find... Man was I wrong about it not working. I filled it with water and hung it outside and went to sleep. I woke up the next morning and there had to of been about 100-150 flies died inside. So I checked back in the afternoon and my goodness there had to of been about 500 flies all stuck together. So, the second morning after the trap was installed I went back outside again to check, I am not joking when I say I wouldn't be surprised if there were over a couple thousand flies in this bag. I went into the house and I sat and watched the bag for about twenty minutes and I couldn't believe how many flies were coming in from every direction and navigating right into the bag. It was clockwork. My purpose was not to rid my entire Subdivision of flies, but to lower the percentage around the house. I think I'm going to cut the bag after 3 more days before the entire city loses it's fly population. As of right now I'm done counting how many flies are in this bag. It's to the point that it looks disgusting and yes it's starting to smell like fish or something. Overall, its worth it. Just make sure to put the bag 15-20 feet away from the house.
Flies Be Gone Fly Trap
Anonymous (Unknown) 5/20/2009 7:11 PM
"The best fly catchers I've ever used. We live uphill from a dairy farm so the flies are everywhere. These fly catchers are awesome. We enjoy many an afternoon and evening outside at the Ramada having a BBQ with no flies to spoil the dinner. These things are worth their weight in gold. FLIES AWAY FLIES AWAY. NO MORE FLIES.
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